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Council employee's tell-all video
Council employee's tell-all video

A local authority has been granted an interim injunction against a former staff member who posted a tell-all video online…

Underpaid restaurant worker won't get money owed to him

A restaurant worker who was paid less than minimum wage will miss out on most of the $32,000 owed to him after his former…

Sex-romp woman moves home

The female office worker caught in a high-profile sex romp with the lights on has moved back to her native England.

Teaching jobs on the rise

Teachers looking for a job should head to Wellington, according to Seek's latest Labour Market Report.

No pressure to leave: Warehouse boss
No pressure to leave: Warehouse boss

The Warehouse Group boss Mark Powell is to leave after a four-year stint in which he oversaw a major strategic shift, including…

Employment confidence increasing: Westpac
Employment confidence increasing: Westpac

The country is more optimistic about the state of the labour market, according to a new Westpac report. The Westpac McDermott…

Anti-Islam bias target of summit
Anti-Islam bias target of summit

Challenges faced by Muslim workers in New Zealand and the reluctance of employers to hire them are among the issues that…

Brazil demands an explanation from NZ
Brazil demands an explanation from NZ

Brazil has demanded an explanation from New Zealand after reports New Zealand's foreign intelligence agency the GCSB spied…

Employment

Kiwi retailers shocked at slavery claims
Kiwi retailers shocked at slavery claims

Popular pet food brands sold in New Zealand have been caught up in disturbing claims of slavery on the…

Spying inquiry a 'good thing' - Key

An inquiry into NZ’s electronic surveillance agency has been launched, and Prime Minister John Key says he has "absolutely…

Seafood from slaves locked in cages

A year long investigation has uncovered disturbing evidence of slavery in the Asian fishing industry.

Man unfairly dismissed after dining with escorts

A man who was fired for inappropriate behaviour on a work trip to Thailand, including racking up expenses while dining with…

Cotton On backs down on tea break plan
Cotton On backs down on tea break plan

Fashion retail chain Cotton On has backed down on a plan to have employees individually negotiate a…

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The Bryers papers the court didn't see The Bryers papers the court didn't see

In the Auckland High Court this month, Mark Bryers…

Quay Park rent reviews under way early Quay Park rent reviews under way early

Wealthy Auckland downtown waterfront landowner Ngati…

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